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Weather, warm, sunny. Travellers footsore. Being Saturday, we were drawn to the Stirling Farmers' Market. It is tiny, but produce all delicious. Bought shortbread, fudge and olives, and almost bought a bottle of mead because Lyn loved it, but N not so keen. The market is in the cobbled road adjacent to the Thistle Shopping Mall in the middle of the town. We browsed through Waitrose supermarket, Boots chemist, Waterstones bookshop, ...
... actually take the bus even though it's longer. The Prestons offered to pick me up from where I would be coming in, so I will let them know nearer to the time.
Around 4:15, I met my sister coming up the hill toward me, which was perfect timing, and we went back to her parked car. She was happy because she had found lots of good deals in local charity shops (translation: thrift stores!) all over the place, but I refrained from buying anything as it was still ...
... an hour from Glasgow. The drive was great as there was so much to see. I think my head was bobbing up and down and back and forth like a bloody mere cat. Falkirk (site of the Falkirk wheel - I've gotta go there), Edinburgh (we're going there), Battle of Bannockburn (have to go there) so much to see!
The bus ride was taking us along a relatively dull bit of highway when suddenly out of nowehere, there is Stirling Castle. Looming large and bright on ...
... in our hands and the kind campus popo asked if we were headed up to the flat with the party and we said yes and he said okay just a warning we're probably going to come up in 5 minutes and shut the party down. I thought it was interesting/weird that he basically informed us and everything. Much better than what would have happened at Susky though haha. As soon as we got up to the party, a bunch of Scott's friends/flatmates from South Africa told us that we ...
... camera and Ed had his photo taken wearing one of their hats. Back at Rotherhithe we changed and got a bus (double decker) to the Mayflower pub - when the Mayflower returned to London (from dropping off the Pilgrims), it was tied up and eventually started to fall apart, and the pub is built from the timbers of the ship. It was a lovely meal and great to catch up with Ros and hear about her Christmas adventures. We got another double decker bus back - and Ed loved the new mode of ...
Other places to stay in Stirling
Spittal Street, Stirling | 4 star hotelfrom $151
- Friendly staff
- Hogmanay in Stirling highly recommended
Springkerse Business Park, Stirling | 2 star hotelfrom $102
8 - 10 King Street, Stirling | 2 star hotelfrom $106
Ballengeich Rd., Stirling | Hotelfrom $40
Denny Rd., Stirling | Hotelfrom $47
4 Melville Terrace, Stirling | 3 star hotelfrom $130
Castle Wynd, Stirling | Hotelfrom $124